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in the bcs national championship game. thanks forever watching espn on abc. espn is the home of the discover bcs national championship game in miami on the night of january 7. now, folks we'll take you to the studio for the ford wrap-up with robert flores. a lot of things happened today. take it way, my friend. >> all right. thanks. welcome inside our college football studios. there will be some debate over number two in the nation there is no debate on who number one us is, alabama flexing their muscles against mississippi state. a game that is played right now on espn. late first quarter, a.j. mccarron up top to kenny bell. 57-yard score. 18 touchdowns, no interceptions on the season. 31-0, in the fourth right now on espn. georgia and florida in jacksonville, fourth quarter. bulldogs clinging to a one-point lead. to mitchell. georgia goes on to win 17-9. gators season-high six turnovers. big 12 now. kansas state, continues to roll. collin klein, four more touchdowns, two on the ground, two three the air against texas tech. wildcats win 55-24. they hang 426 total yards on texas tech. they s
pretty good-looking football team. thanks for watching, espn on abc. es espn. for todd and holly, brad nessler saying so long from columbus. the ford wrapup show with roberts is coming up next. >>> thank. welcome inside our college football studios. i'm robert flores. by all accounts raleigh, north carolina is a pleasant place to visit though florida state cannot stand going there. they've now lost five times there, including tonight. check out what happens. fourth quarter, nc state down six. they complete a fourth down. third and goal. glennen under pressure. how is this pass not intercepted? instead, it's incomplete. another fourth down chance for the wolf pack. this time, glennen converts. the point after is good and number three, florida state falls in raleigh, 17-16. >>> right now on espn, number two oregon handling number 23. oregon is pouring it on, 35-7 still in the first half. his team is up 14-0. uses the trick stick, all sorts of moves. 70-yard touchdown. south carolina has won a school record. they roll 35-7. florida beat lsu. those 146 yards, second most in his career. flo
.m. eastern. thank for watching espn saturday night football on abc. espn is the home of the discover bcs national championship game which will be played right here at sun life stadium on monday night, january 7. now we'll take you to the studio for the ford wrap-up, here is robert flores. robert? >> thanks. welcome inside the college football studios, this is the ford wrap-up, great matchups all over the country next weekend, not the least of which is number one alabama against number 12 mississippi state. a battle unbeatens. bulldogs going outside of conference play. they beat middle tennessee. alabama, crushed tennessee, 44-13 tonight. first quarter, a.j. mccarron up top to amari cooper. mccarron came in with a bum knee, career-high 306 yards, four touchdowns, half of them to cooper. enjoyed his first 100-yard receiving game and number one goes into knoxville and wins convincingly. number two florida, 44-11 against number seven south carolina. jeff driskel, career-high four passing touchdowns and gators win despite 183 total yards. up next for them, georgia. number six lsu spotted numb
is all over the national news. espn andve minutes on seem to getan't him. of i've done everything i can to team and i continue to do that. y week, i'm going to put it line and they have responded to that. it takes everyone, not just one guy. be the guy too telling because they're me that. r me, it's just about doing all along. for baseball fans, the giants came back to win the pennant down three games to in the national league championship series. they outscored the cardinals' move on to the world series. it's not even there. he breaks the bat but powers in to get it into center field. suppose he turned that on and the air andage of the board. one on they'd want to eliminate the 9-0. als, we were written off many but these guys were in getting it done found a way. the giants and tigers starts tomorrow night. take you to the massachusetts were the minutemen have struggled. when the police walked into this everyone was shocked, thinking here we go again. look at the head coach. they opened up a warrant, moved ford and did know what to expect. they got their warrants but instead they opene
watched sporting events on earth. highlights from espn nuss. >> randy scott here with your "sportscenter" update. in the nfl, baseball pennant races are great. the ryder cup. rory mcelroy, 11:14 central time. he got the time zones missed up so no time to practice on the putting green. guess what. he wouldn't need it. on 6, chipping in, yes, keep the putter in the bag. mcelroy takes care of keegan bradley. and going head to head with mickelson. with authority, are you not entertained. he finished 30-30 to take on mickelson. and kaymer completes the comeback, there you go, that's history. tiger woods despondent, the europeans celebrating a comeback of ages. this one emotional for jose maria since ballesteros passed away. >>> in atlanta, taking on matt ryan and the falcons. and the panthers are up 1. under a minute to play, ryan from his own end zone to roddy white. those two connected 869 yards in two touchdowns. that one not a touchdown but it's big. ten seconds left. matt bryant from 40 yards out. everybody is home safe. the falcons improve to 4-0, 30-28. of course, nfl week four not don
chance to check in with robert. >> all right, joe. right now on espn, ohio state/penn state. ohio state's ryan shazier, the pick six and it's 14-7 buckeyes but the nittany lions are inside the buckeye 15 third quarter on espn. >>> meantime, coming up on abc, number 5 notre dame and number 8 oklahoma in norman, 8:00 eastern on abc. the irish 7-0 for the first time since 2002. bcs implications abound. joe. >> joe: it's going to be interesting, robert, to see those bcs standings when they come out tomorrow night on espn at 8:30. for now we've got a lot of football still to be played in what has been a wild one. and that's b.j. denker who has his helmet on. moments ago we saw the training staff of arizona administering what appears to be the concussion test. you see them trying to move his eyes from side to side and evaluate where matt scott is. now arizona will get the ball with b.j. denker apparently coming out. the junior lefty. the new abc comedy friday premieres this week. comedy is back on friday nights with tim allen in the premiere of "last man standing" friday at 8:00/7:00 central
developments, now, from espn. >> randy scott here with your "sportscenter" update. the best pennant race in baseball is one tied in the a.l. west. in oakland last night, where the a's came in, down just a game on the rangers in that division. in the fifth, derek norris, singling to right. josh donaldson in. brandon moss, in behind him. and it's 2-1, oakland. we go to the sixth. same score, two outs. jonny gomes, gone. hadn't had a hit in his last three games. a timely way to break that slump. it's 3-1. gomes has 18 bombs on the season. top nine. it's grant balfour on to shut the door on nelson cruz. he does. and it's 3-1. and tied after 161 games in the west. they'll finish that up tonight. >>> in the central, reds and red birds. pick things up in the sixth. jay bruce, back through the box. joey votto will would score. reds go up 2-1. st. louis just needs a win to get the second wild card. in the eighth, though, allen craig, that's not going to do it. 4-6-3 double-play to end it. and the reds, proving to be spoilers. 3-1, over st. louis. >>> it's up to the dodgers. they have to win. if t
, the magic is back. to finish up, i am stealing this from a guy on espn, he said detroit offered such little opposition the giants are not going to get their just due -- >> i don't think -- because of how they wound up -- coming through the post season -- >> and the tigers swept the yankees. >> may i explain? [ laughter ] >> if they play 6-7 times, like when the giants beat st. louis, here it was boom, boom, boom out. >> detroit swept ethe yankees. >> let -- swept the yankees. >> let me explain. lowest television ratings in the history of the world series. not because the giantsb are not -- giants are not good -- [ talking at the same time ] >> if you are up -- say gary was being negative -- no, just saying. the point is that they are a t team. but if you played a few more games that would be greater. >> you are right. >> i am not right. >> good night.
. both campaigns expressed interest in appearing on espn 's morning radio show. >> mitt romney's son tagg has apologized to the president after saying he wanted to take a swing at him. during the final debate, his son walked onstage, shook hands, and talked with the president. >> business news -- it could be a good date for facebook shareholders. >> linda bell joins us from bloomberg in new york now. >> good morning. let's talk about yesterday. a suit plunge for the stocks. the dow dropped more than 200 points. little changed futures -- the fed will wrap up another meeting on interest rates. facebook shares will pop in today's trading. the website is -- they say ads generated $150 million for the quarter in -- company in the third quarter. tuition at public universities continues to soar. reports from the college board say they are up nearly 5% this year, the smallest increase in 12 years, but still outpacing the rate of inflation. graduates working full time face lower pay than male co-workers. the association of university said that women one year after receiving their diplomas and ear
on espn broadcasts since 1986. always a passionate pundit. he supported the college game instead of the pros. and his last blog post said health issues hit him at the wrong time, the start of the college football season. beano cook died in his sleep yesterday. he was 81. >>> and with that, some of last night's highlights, now, from both baseball and football. we get those from espn. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. justin verlander and the tigers trying to close out the a's in game five. he would be dealing against coco crisp, not so much. how about stephen drew? strikes out swinging. bottom second, now. josh reddick, didn't even see it. now, remember, verlander had 11 strikeouts in game 1. top third now. austin jackson, a deep ball to center. omar infante would come around to score. jackson had two rbis in this game. his second career multi-rbi postseason game. top seven. tigers now up 4-0. prince fielder at the dish. gets an rbi single that scores jackson. tigers up 5-0. as the a's are 11-54 this season when trailing after seven innings. bottom nine.
's starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on espn. >> well the issue of an internet sales tax has reared up again and in fact the u.s. congress and many states are looking at this issue and that's our topic this week on "the communicators." we want to start off by talking with the chairman of the california state board of equal ligse jerome horton. mr. horton, california has recently changed how it managed or its taxation policies when it comes to the internet, hasn't it? >> yes, peter, it has. it broadened the definition of what is taxable in california to include online retailers who meet certain criteria. >> now, said you broadened. how was it before and now who is included? >> prior to the law, the sales tax didn't apply to companies that had affiliates and worked through various different groups here in the state of california. the law broadened the definition of who actually qualities to include those individuals. so now online retailers who have affiliates in the state of california, who also have some form of brick and mortar either directly or indirectly working through other groups and
of the morning sports news, we turn to our friends at espn news. >> randy scott here with your "sportscenter" update. we're starting with preseason nba action. lebron james, the miami heat, taking on last year's worst team in the league, the charlotte bobcats. kemba walker, that's so outrageous, the turnover. lebron, to terrell harris, finishing off the alley-oop. eight assists for lebron. we're spot-shadowing lbj. this is what happens when you lose track of him. lebron had ten points. and a gentle coach k. hug. >>> let's go to chicago. no kevin durant. no russell westbrook for oklahoma city. there's no derrick rose. luol deng with the steal early. this is a blind over the shoulder deal. mvp, heinrich, a nice, little layup. and james harden, to fill in for the shooter there. no westbrook and no durant. not for a lack of shooting for harden. it doesn't go. the layup, on the trim. and finally, a pump fake, no good. 2 for 17. second half, nate robinson, he's a baller. finds carlos boozer. double-double for boozer. bulls get the win. >>> world series game one tonight in san francisco. espn radio
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by the debate at 9:00 and your reaction at 10:30 all live on espn, espn radio, and online at c-span.org. >> in his weekly address, president obama called on republicans in the house of representatives to cooperate in passing a bill to help homeowners. congressman jeff flake from arizona gave the republican response. he criticized the obama administration for the current budget deficit. this, he claims, has affected home values, the unemployment rate and the economy. >> hi, everybody. in recent weeks you might have noticed something or maybe even heard the sound of it if you look close enough. new homes are going up. in fact, construction workers are breaking ground on new homes in america at the fastest pace in more than four years. at the same time more homes are being sold. home values are back on the rise and foreclosure filings are at their lowest point in the five years since the housing bubble burst and left millions of responsible families holding the bag. now, we're not where we need to be yet. too many homes are still underwater. too many families are still having a ha
's postseason lineup is all set. how the regular season ended, now, from espn. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. the new york yankees trying to win the american league east, taking on their biggest rivals, the boston red sox. curtis granderson, getting ready in this one. daisuke matsuzaka, right here in boston. granderson, going yard. his 42nd of the season. yankees, 3-1. bottom five, now. robinson cano, he had a game. his second home run of the contest. 33rd of the season. he was four for four. two dingers and six rbis. yankees -- the yankees win, 14-2. they are the a.l. east champs. >>> that's buck showalter, rounding out the season against the rays. bottom one, evan longoria, his 15th bomb of the year. this one off chris stillman. tampa bay up 1-0. bottom four, now. longoria again. on fire. 2-0, rays. bottom six, now. guess who? longoria. drills it again. he will be a hero. can't get to it. longoria, three home runs. rays with the win. >>> that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres, have a great day. >> we plan on it. >>> the long losing streak of teddy roo
. i just missed that. >> espn is reporting that according to sources within the boston organization, the red sox are looking at blue jays manager john farrell as valentine's successor. he served as the pitching coach from 2006 to 2010. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, a day after his lackluster debate performance, president obama holds a rock star rally for 30,000 fans in wisconsin. this as mitt romney tries to turn a single night's work into a turning point in the election. we'll discuss it all. >>> when we come back here, we'll huddle around the water cooler to watch stephen colbert celebrate mitt romney's debate win with a big old studio rave. "way too early" coming right back. [ female announcer ] ready for a taste of what's hot? check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. >>> we told you the top of the show that the fight over tax plans has become a central issue in the presidential campaign in part because of the loo
. >>> week five in the nfl is under way. we get the highlights, now, from espn news. >> welcome to your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. the cardinals trying to stay undefeated in st. louis. taking on sam bradford and the rams. break from scrimmage. play-action. goes deep. finds danny amendola, the ridiculous one-handed catch. are you kidding me? great coverage. but not a problem. later in the drive, again. finds lance kendricks for the score. 7-0, st. louis. second quarter, bradford, looking. goes to amendola. dives, makes the catch. ruled a catch on the field. but later, overturned after the replay. amendola hurt his shoulder. he would leave the game. in the fourth quarter, bradford, throws to chris givens, 51 yards for the touchdown. two touchdowns and a pick. >>> matt barkley and 13th-ranked usc taking on utah. under five minutes left in the first half, barkley. finds robert woods. gets this catch for 69 yards and that touchdown. usc, up by three. fourth quarter. barkley, play-action. and throwing deep to marqise lee. he had 192 yards. and this touchdown right here. 83-yard
an historic night as the saints finally won. we get the highlights from espn news. >> good morning, i'm jade mccarthy with your "sportscenter" update. yanks and orioles had to wait extra to start that. and this was tied in the ninth, bedard to johnson. johnson gave up three home runs in the entire season. that opened the floodgates for this one. robinson cano adding two runs to it. the yankees in the ninth inning, 7-2, take a 1-0 series lead. >>> drew brees looking to make a little bit of history and get its team the first win of the season. saints down. brees to henderson. a touchdown pass in 48 straight games. sean payton, the coach there to watch history. saints down 14. brees connects with colston. 16-yard touchdown. a three-point game. fourth quarter, first and goal. brees. 141 yards, three touchdowns. the most touchdown passes in saints history, brees, four tds, first one of the win to avoid that 0-5. and that is a look at some of your sports. i'm jade mccarthy with your "sportscenter" update. hope you have a great day. >> thanks, jade. >>> up next, the guy they call fearless felix. he
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for the houston texans. we get all the highlights from espn news. >> cassidy hubbarth here with your "sportscenter" update. bottom six, o's up 2-1. man on second. mark reynolds gets the same pitch. that will bring in matt wieters. and the orioles go up 3-1. tim johnson, struggled is sunday. would get alex rodriguez to strike out to end the game. and the orioles win it, 3-2. the series is now tied at 1-1 and will head to the bronx for game three. >>> "monday night football," jets taking on the undefeated texans. first quarter, no score. matt schaub, finds owen daniels wide-open for the 34-yard touchdown. that's daniels' third-straight game with a t.d. later in the first, mark sanchez, finds jeff cumberland in the end zone. and the jets tie the game at 7-7. second quarter, arian foster, had a huge game. he takes the handoff and walks it into the end zone. late fourth quarter, sanchez, intercepted. sanchez, with his 15th career game with two or more interceptions. and houston rolls on to win, 23-17, to remain unbeaten. >>> i'm cassidy hubbarth. that's your "sportscenter" update. have a great day. >>>
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of the bay area. the so-called experts--espn is for after day a full plate of pie. most of them predicted that the detroit tigers would run all over the giants with verlander taking the mound. here is a video from last night and fans were just going nuts all over the bay area. we, being cugiants fans. two home runs were given up before he left the game. he even stated while quesow! he wil come back for game 5 and i do hope becomes back for game 3 and it looks like this will be a good series for us. barry--he deserves a lot of credit. >> going up against verlander. if we were going to when it was probable on the b-1--to go early in the game like this to get first blood, first momentum and to cap off it was just awesome. it was a pleasure to be a part of it. >> i heard on the radio this morning that the worst hit that verlander gave the--to give up the single that drove in the fifth run was the worst pitch that he could have ever given. he problem was tossing and turning all morning. madison has pitched-test there still tickets available and they're about 2000 tickets still available. they'
to sit down with espn radio new york's jason page to run through highlights. low lights and white castleburgers. >> nice. >> uh-huh. all coming up. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lysol power and free. hange the way we. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> welcome back, everybody. yet another outstanding sunday in the nfl. plenty of drama and some fantastic endings. here once again to talk about it all, jason page of espn radio, new york. >> can we just skip? >> white castle. >> the first week i just wanted to eat. >> we have devoured six of these between the two of us. class, class, class, white castle for you today. couple games, starting with the pats/bills, had a chance to open 21-7 before
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state on espn news. it is good to have such options. 41 yards, a 73 yard drive, 7-0 morgan state. the bears bouncing right back. takes the kickoff 100 yards for the touchdown. morgan state with a 14-7 lead. finished the homecoming game with 397 yards. but show walter fresh off his manager of the year ward has plenty of time to enjoy it now. he does not care much for attention and he is recovering from knee surgery and a little grumpy. talked about the fund-raising 5k for kids. it has not come as a surprise for her. >> many people would set cannot believe baltimore. not so much about baltimore, but the american league east. challenges are good, plus it was the perfect fit for us. >> world series game to now. will the tigers restore the oak roar? on the second, the tigers get aggressive. down the line to the left, not what one would call a sleek and agile. a perfect replay, nose broke -- nose or at the bottom of the second. fortunately just a glancing blow. no score, bottom seven, bases loaded. rounds into a double play, but it works. the giants win, 2-0. the nba enjoys relative fi
. theoretically he could play this week. there is a report from espn that says he would. but the reality is, it is unlikely. >> terrell, are you coming back this week? >> i don't know. i am not sure. i don't know if he will be back. like that told him when i had my surgery, do not rush it, especially with a buy week next week. we need him and want him out there on the field, but we don't want him to come out there and get hurt again. >> it is not likely he will play this week. >> the ravens run defense stoglin, ranked 26 in the nfl. most of the guards have come up the middle. that is how fans and media see it. >> it makes me sick. that is the best way i can put it. it really does. it is that to me and our staff to get this thing corrected. it is the same thing when it comes to missed tackles, which we had a bunch of in the last game. that is technique. we have to do a better job of coaching throughout the entire practice. it is the same players. there is a reason why, and that is it right there. >> you never know what might happen in the nfl. we can reasonably expect another high school gam
here in maryland. >>> and the way espn says terrell su ggs is playing sunday. he returned yesterday after blowing up his achilles five months ago. what does he have to say about it? >> made a decision as a group whether it would be better for me to sit out or suit up. we will see. >> we will cement the ravens refuse to put a timetable on his return. as you know he is a movie producer and showed off his new poster. it says it's coming and it's mad. you will find it on twitter and facebook. >> that's a tease. >> a senior is our athlete of the week. >> he is teaching the right way. you will meet him next. . >>> 59 today. 6 -- average is 66. we forecast 70 so we have a two degree winner. you may need the umbrella overnight into tomorrow. if you want to seat rain -- see the rain check out the radar. it's available in the weather app in the i-phone store. check it out. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny
, espn is telling us that tyrell is planned to play with texas. if he does play on sunday and use and it's our miraculous comeback. he blew out his appeal is less than six months ago. he would not give us a dip in definitive answer whether he will see is -- we will see him on sunday. >>> birdland tonight. some of the old fans. playoff ticket policy fans refunded for tickets to unplayed games except for $6 fee for processing, shipping and handling. we talked to state attorney who said fans, you are going to have to eat the cost because the fee was explained up front with the order and those fans will not be able to get the six bucks back. >>> now maryland's most accurate forecast. >>> maryland's top radar right now we see a line of thundershowers diminishing in western maryland and we will continue to see the possibility of hit and miss showers us with go to the overnight hours. a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings earlier tonight but now those are have expired and that's good news for everyone. still could see the rumble of thunder still, but gusty showers possible. we had some prett
they hadn't adequately warned them. espn science sid -- said big blows like this one could be like taking a slj hammer to the head. >> it's not a smart game. >> reporter: butler definitely has his critics. >> want to try to take the risk out of everything in life. >> reporter: from renowned talk show host to members of the dover community. >> are they gongs to wrap us all in bubble wrap? >> you can ride a bicycle and get hurt the same way. >> reporter: studies show that kids who play high school football, even pee wee league football are expotion themselves to the dangers of head trauma. >> so, what do you think? should football be banned? is it too dangerous? should you let your kids play. log on and join in on the conversation. >>> all right. time to get into it and talk about sandy as we go from sunday into tuesday. we still have plenty of time to prepare for the storm. sandy is a power house, category two hurricane, churning out here north of cuba right over the bahamas, a well defined center of circulation and tremendous amount of moisture. winds gusting closer to 125 miles an hour.
hellie alongside rick, mike and jason. they are all from the "washington post," and espn 980 respectively. the big story has been the rookie quarterback robert griffin iii. he has practiced and he will play barring a last-minute setback. here's the deal. the redskins have paired down the playbook. they don't call these design runs anymore. this was supposed to be a pass. he should have run out of bounds. he should have thrown the ball away. what do you do if you're' coaching staff. you can only do so much, right? you can't strip him of his ability to run which is what makes him so dangerous. >> he slipped. i mean, he slipped and i'm sure that he will -- someone made the analogy, i'm sure weiss will take the credit for it, putting your hand on a hot oven. all you need to do it was once. >> that was me. >> it wasn't him but -- so i think he'll learn from that. he'll still going to be competitive. that can happen any play. >> i think my colleague jason reed said it the best in his column after that game, which was essentially this guy has got to protect himself. at some point he can't rely o
on the giants. am done watching it, espn or onis on else's phone. moving on to the next game. that will live long in history. sure, 20 years from now, probably be talking about. abouts the great thing to play at the highest level. somewhats become --ignificant compared forget itll never somewhate compared to rg3. >> those redskins. [laughter] he was like, i was there. like, that was a good one. i had not seen that run in a long time. >> [laughter] the ravens made a surprising move. a designated to return tag. the ravens are hoping their live endr comes back before the of the season. triceps were prepared with surgery. monthsally takes three to heal completely. nike severed its ties with lance armstrong. strong foundation and ways,ong have now parted as well. nike says there was evidence hele in doping and than anike for more decade. let's go to baseball. the yankees. tonight's's game was postponed rain. the yankee lived. will be tomorrow afternoon. cardinals and giants, bottom of the third. fly, they become a fly. -- baby, fly. 2-1. the nba is making an effort to speed up its games. the intr
. -- to accept. espn said that he would play. john harbaugh tackled that question today. >> i dunno. we will say. [laughter] finally, somebody asked the question. we to step up. if i knew, i would not tell you. i don't know what i now. we will have to see. that about sums it up. in all seriousness, he has done a really good job. this is a very serious injury. he has worked really hard. us not putting him out there -- first the ravens text question of the day. will injuries hurt the ravens against houston? 81% are expecting some troubles. continue to texture of all weekend. a not so subtle line of thunderstorms forced many delays and one notable cancellation in high school .ootball coul the decision to cancel the game was from many factors. it gives them a chance to maybe meet in the postseason could dunbar and colleague managed to get their game in today. -- anbar and p -- dunbar and poly managed to get their game in today. 53 ers for the touchdown. but called back for holding. this one in the second quarter did count. to marvin gross, 45 yards to go to the touchdown. dunbar is the winner over p
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